Doc’s Smokehouse and Craft Bar recently reopened in Dyer after an extended hiatus during the coronavirus pandemic.
The award-winning authentic southern barbecue restaurant at 1420 Calumet Ave is again serving up favorites like brisket, ribs, pulled pork, turkey and Usinger’s hot link sausages, as well as dry rub tossed, flash-fried and hickory smoked wings. Founded in 2016, it now has locations in Northwest Indiana, Mokena, Madison and Milwaukee.
Doc’s serves up meat from Meats by Linz, the Calumet City-based supplier of some of the finest steakhouses in Chicago and the country. It cooks them low and slow with nothing but spice, smoke and time, offering a number of regional barbecue sauces at the table like Alabama white sauce.
It also has a wide selection of craft beers and whiskeys.
Doc’s hired Pat Niebling of 3 Floyds to serve as culinary director and is now running Dino Bone jumbo beef rib, prime rib and burnt ends specials on the weekends.
For more information, visit docsbbq.net or call 219-262-3627.
Source: on 2021-05-09 12:07:30
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